Category: ARTICLES

A History of the Mighty Eighth on film – By Paul Woodadge Within the War Film genre there are certain types of story that film-makers…

Graham Holden and his partner were walking their dog on a Cleethorpes beach when they discovered wreckage that left him “amazed.” Experts believe that what…

Project ’44 – Have you ever wanted to explore the battlefields of Second World War Europe from the comfort of your own home? Or maybe…

Have you heard of Henri Dunant? If not, it’s okay. The happy few who can identify Henri Dunant as the founder of the Red Cross…

Damian Lucjan

Like many of the heroes of the Warsaw Uprising, nearly no one in the Anglosphere has ever heard of Witold Pilecki, a deeply Catholic member of the…

It sounded at first like a thunderstorm, distant, rumbling. Then the ground began to shake as grinding columns of tanks and tracked transports finally emerged…

The B-36 Peacemaker is the largest mass-produced piston-engine aircraft ever built with the longest wingspan of any combat aircraft ever built, at 230 ft (70.1…

If there’s one new consistent in the world today, it’s disappointment due to changed plans. But that might not be such a bad thing overall…

MicroProse has always been about the games, and this announcement is intended to show everybody how we intend to take the market by the storm with original…

In support of its aim to return a de Havilland DH.98 to UK skies, The People’s Mosquito is both proud and delighted to announce our…

Available Digitally on June 9th Synopsis: The 93rd Bomb Group was arguably most decorated, most traveled and most effective bomb group of WWII. Helping to…

75 years have passed since the end of the Second World War. We would like to help you in celebrating this momentous occasion; and in…